“Keith Ellison sided with flag-burning extremists over law-abiding Americans. He treats you like second-class citizens. He believes that the pro-American voters have fewer rights than anti-American demonstrators.”– President Trump in Minnesota yesterday.
Keith Ellison suppresses voters, Trump cuts rally short! https://t.co/mp2QDjCReh
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) October 31, 2020
The President organized a “Make America Great Again Peaceful Protest” in Rochester, MN yesterday and the Leftwingers, Governor Walz and Attorney General Keith Ellison, who allowed thousands of rioters to destroy Minneapolis a few months ago so that they could exercise their free speech, tried to silence the President by limiting his audience to 250 people.
So what did he do? He didn’t cancel the event as they obviously wanted him to do and in classic Trump fashion he gave them the middle finger and went to the crowd of thousands waiting outside the tiny venue.
The New York Post has the full story.
These dumb Dems are no match for Trump; Walz and Ellison managed to give more red meat to the President’s base across the country. One more rally that might have been lost in the President’s cross country blitz, is now a glaring demonstration of the hypocrisy of the Left for the whole country to see.
Patriotic Minnesotans are fighting for their very existence as the Progressives and the large Somali Muslim population there are working together to make Minnesota the first Muslim state in America. A President Biden will surely let that happen.
The stakes in Minnesota on Tuesday are infinitely greater than its ten electoral votes!
Trump greets throngs of fans outside Minnesota rally after state allows just 250 seats
President Trump greeted hundreds of supporters gathered outside a Minnesota rally venue Friday night after Democratic state officials limited attendance to just 250 socially distanced seats.
MN AG Ellison and Rep. Ilhan Omar. Omar wants to disband the Minneapolis Police Department.https://thejewishvoice.com/
2020/06/ilhan-omar-its-time- to-disband-the-minneapolis- police-department/
A crowd many times larger than the number of people allowed a seat near Trump gathered outside the gates in Rochester, southeastern Minnesota, images tweeted by journalists indicate.
Trump took a motorcade to the overflow crowd rather than the state-sanctioned stage after disembarking Air Force One.
“There are thousands of people all because the governor wants to play games,” Trump said as he approached within feet of the large group of supporters gathered behind a barricade.
“There are thousands of people injured by this,” Trump said. ” I’m going to go back and speak to 250 people… This should be a lesson [for Democratic Gov. Tim Walz].”
When he walked on stage, supporters were spaced out in folding chairs permitted by Minnesota authorities before Trump’s lectern.
The president tore into Walz and Minnesota’s Democratic Attorney General Keith Ellison, a former congressman.
“We’re given a very very hard time by your so called leaders but they’re not very good leaders as you found out during the riots,” Trump said.
The New York Post continues here. We should all make the NY Post our paper of choice!
Endnote: In 2016 I took a road trip across America to see for myself what impact the huge refugee flow was having on far flung states like Minnesota. I wanted to see southern Minnesota, particularly Owatonna a town about forty miles from Rochester where the President was yesterday.
I learned that Owatonna, MN was one of the first Somali resettlement sites in the entire country chosen by the US State Department in the early 1990s. We hear mostly about Minneapolis/St. Paul and St. Cloud, but Rochester was an important site over the years as well.
After crossing into the state in July 2016, and as I arrived at a rest area near Rochester, I was shocked to see a group of Somali Muslim women praying on the lawn of the highway rest stop, butts in the air (an in your face display that one might only see in MN).
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